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Thita Rangsitpol Manitkul

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Thita Rangsitpol Manitkul[1]
BornThitiya Rangsitpol
(1966-11-08) 8 November 1966 (age 54)
Bangkok, Thailand
🏳️ Nationality
🏫 EducationChulalongkorn University
University of Colorado at Boulder
University of Dallas
💼 Occupation
Politician, Diplomat
first spokesperson of Defense of Thailand, former Congresswoman House of Representatives (Thailand) during 2001–2005[2]
👩 Spouse(s)Sitthinun Manitkul
👴 👵 Parent(s)
  • Sukavich Rangsitpol (father)

Lieutenant Colonel Thita Rangsitpol Manitkul (born Thitiya Rangsitpol, 8 November 1966) is a Thai politician and congresswoman who represented Thailand from 2001 to 2005.[4][5] [6]

She was a first of the spokesperson for the Ministry of Defense (Thailand).[7] Manitkul led the successful effort to enact the Conscription Payment Act of 1995 (military salaries must equal the Thai minimum wage) which resulted in more men willingly enlisting and fewer men avoiding the draft.[8]

Manitkul was elected in 2001. She was the first female Army officer to have achieved elected office in Thailand.

As a Deputy Secretary of the Minister of Defense in 2002, she took a role in establishing the Thailand Ministry of Defense‘s Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Center and Career Training School.[9][10][11] [12]

Early life and education[edit]

She was born and raised in Bangkok. Her father is Sukavich Rangsitpol[13] former Minister of Education and Deputy Prime Minister.[14]

In 1985 she attended the University of Colorado Boulder's Economic Institute. In 1987 she earned her MBA at the University of Dallas (MBA).[15]

On 25 May 2005, She married Sitthinun Manitkul.[16][17][18][17][19][20]

Military[edit]

  • 1989 1st Lieutenant at Foreign Affairs Division, Joint Intelligence, Royal Thai Armed Force
  • 1991 Captain at Military Attache Division, Joint Intelligence, Royal Thai Armed Force
  • 1993 Major at Thai Military Attache Division, Joint Intelligence, Royal Thai Armed Force
  • 1995 - 1997 Spokesperson of Ministry of Defence
  • In 1995,The spokesperson position was created for the first time in order to help to rehabilitate Royal Thai Armed Forces image that had been tarnished by Black May (1992)
  • Lieutenant Colonel Thita Rangsitpol Manitkul a Thai politician and congresswoman who represented Thailand from 2001 to 2005.[21]
  • As the first spokesperson of the Thai Ministry of Defense, Manitkul led the successful effort to enact the Conscription Payment Act of 1995 (the salary would equal the Thai minimum wage) which resulted in more men willingly enlisting and fewer men avoiding the draft.[22]

[23] [24] [25]

  • Manitkul was elected in 2001 as the first woman army officer in the Thai Parliament. The first female army officer to have achieved elected office in Thailand.[26]
  • As a Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of Defense in 2002,she took a role in establishing Thailand Ministry of Defense ‘s Drug Addiction Rehabilitation School.[27]

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Political[edit]

  • 1996 Deputy Spokesperson New Aspiration Party
  • 1998 Deputy Secretary New Aspiration Party House of Representatives (Thailand)
  • 2001 Congresswomen New Aspiration Party[30][31]
  • 2001-2002 Deputy Secretary or the Minister of Defense Ministry of Defense (Thailand)
  • 2001-2002 Women and Youth Committee House of Representatives (Thailand)
  • 2001-2005 Defense Committee House of Representatives (Thailand)
  • 2002Congresswomen Democrats Party House of Representatives (Thailand)[32][33][34][35][36]
  • 2003 Defense Committee House Of Representatives
  • Deputy Chairperson Committee of Internal Affair House of Representatives (Thailand)
  • 2005 Deputy Secretary Democrats Party

After the election in 2001, Thaksin Shinawatra [37] the leader of Thai Rak Thai Party, became prime minister. New Aspiration Party has joined the government. Shortly thereafter. The New Aspiration Party was merged with the Thai Rak Thai Party. Mostly to join Thai Rak Thai party (the governing party) with Gen. Chavalit Yongchaiyudh except Lieutenant Colonel Thita Rangsitpol Manitkul Member of the Parliament and Deputy Secretary of the party. Offset to the Democrat Party (Thailand) (Opposition Party) remains the only MPs moving from the opposition party government. During her tenure as a member of the House of Representatives.[38][39]

Royal decorations[edit]

Lieutenant Colonel Thita Rangsitpol Manitkul received the following decorations in the Honours System of Thailand

  • Order of the White Elephant - 1st Class (Thailand) ribbon.pngKnight Grand Cross (First Class) Order of the White Elephant (2004).[40][41]
  • Order of the Crown of Thailand - 1st Class (Thailand) ribbon.pngKnight Grand Cross (First Class)Order of the Crown of Thailand(2003)[42]

References[edit]

  1. https://static.cambridge.org/resource/id/urn:cambridge.org:id:binary:20180515111551054-0795:S002191181700136X:S002191181700136Xsup001.pdf
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  3. "โสมชบาจ๊ะจ๋า 01/04/58".
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  6. http://www.ombudsman.gov.ph/UNDP4/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Plenary_Highlights_APPAN.pdf
  7. "Ministry of Defence - Thailand, Bangkok 2018". www.govserv.org.
  8. "Ministry of Defence - Thailand". www.facebook.com.
  9. "โรงเรียนวิวัฒน์พลเมือง แบบพิเศษ กองทัพเรือ". www.navy.mi.th. Retrieved 2017-06-30.[not in citation given]
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  15. อัครนิธิยานนท์, กลุ่มงานพัฒนาทรัพยากรสารสนเทศ, นิสา เหลืองทองคำ, บุษราภรณ์. "สำนักวิชาการ สำนักงานเลขาธิการสภาผู้แทนราษฎร". www.parliament.go.th.
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  20. "โสมชบาจ๊ะจ๋า 19/08/56".
  21. https://www.govserv.org/TH/Bangkok/1884819291741952/Ministry-of-Defence---Thailand
  22. The 27th Priminister Conscription Case(before Consprition Act) http://www.bangkokbiznews.com/news/detail/516509
  23. The Thai Celebrity Case (before Conscription Act) https://www.matichon.co.th/entertainment/news_95017
  24. The Korean Celebrity (after Conscription Act) https://www.thairath.co.th/content/1252322
  25. The Thai Celebrity (after Conscription Act) https://www.sanook.com/news/1776210/
  26. King Prajadhipok's Institute (Hrsg.): Thai Politics. Global and Local Perspectives. King Prajadhipok's Institute Yearbook, Band 2, 2002, S. 518.
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  36. "ลากไส้ "พันธมาร" ผลาญแผ่นดิน (ตอนที่ 8 ทักษิณ 2)". 7 January 2009.
  37. NaRanong, Viroj, Na Ranong, Anchana, Universal Health Care Coverage: Impacts of the 30-Baht Health Care Scheme on the Rural Poor in Thailand, TDRI Quarterly Review, September 2006
  38. https://open.library.ubc.ca/media/download/pdf/24/1.0165699/1
  39. https://thailandtwilight.wordpress.com/2009/01/07/%E0%B8%A5%E0%B8%B2%E0%B8%81%E0%B9%84%E0%B8%AA%E0%B9%89-%E0%B8%9E%E0%B8%B1%E0%B8%99%E0%B8%98%E0%B8%A1%E0%B8%B2%E0%B8%A3-%E0%B8%9C%E0%B8%A5%E0%B8%B2%E0%B8%8D%E0%B9%81%E0%B8%9C%E0%B9%88%E0%B8%99-45/
  40. "ประวัติราชกิจจานุเบกษา". Ratchakitcha.soc.go.th. Retrieved 2016-12-01.[not specific enough to verify]
  41. ราชกิจจานุเบกษา ประกาศสำนักนายกรัฐมนตรี เรื่อง พระราชทานเครื่องราชอิสริยาภรณ์อันเป็นที่เชิดชูยิ่งช้างเผือกและเครื่องราชอิสริยาภรณ์อันมีเกียรติยศยิ่งมงกุฎไทย (ชั้นสายสะพาย ในโอกาสพระราชพิธีเฉลิมพระชนมพรรษา ๕ ธันวาคม ๒๕๔๖) เล่ม 120 ตอนที่ 19ข วันที่ 1 ธันวาคม 2546
  42. ท.ช.|2544 http://www.ratchakitcha.soc.go.th/DATA/PDF/00027055.PDF ป.ม.|2545 http://www.ratchakitcha.soc.go.th/DATA/PDF/00117203.PDF


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